I’ve been blogging about my recent trip to Uganda, but I’m taking a side trip today. Last week we lost my uncle George and I cannot go forward without saying a few words about him and my time in Alabama for his funeral.
I have so many great memories of my Uncle George. When I was a teenager he taught me how to drive stick on his old Datsun (yeah, before it was Nissan…I am that old) pickup truck in his cow pasture. As if my stalling the thing out every 50 feet was not entertaining enough, there was the hilarity of watching startled cows bolt for their lives as I bounced us all around the field.
Now that we have been in Colorado for a full year, I thought it would be fun to think through all that we have learned about living here. Some of it is stuff we noticed on our own and some are things others pointed out to us. A few things I just pulled straight off the Internet long ago but I can now promise you are true. So in a sort of hat tip to Jeff Foxworthy (“You might be a redneck if…”), I give you our findings.
“You might be living in Colorado if…
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